A view on the most photogenic sport event of the year, the Dakar Rally . A journey across Argentina, Paraguay and Bolivia wonderful landscapes. An immersion into a wild and rude nature, highlighting the athletic geste and the energy of the race.
After over 500 days spent in space, American astronaut Jeff Williams came back with a gift that will make happy all space and nature enthusiast. During his expedition, the astronaut has captured from his space station the breathtaking beauty of earth’s landscapes, full of graphical lines, geometric forms, abstract shapes and fantastical colors.
Swiss photographer Renaud Kritzinger recently traveled to Greenland during ten days at the beginning of summer. He traveled alone in the middle of icebergs and hostile nature.
Graphic designers and illustrators Gilda Martini & Gabriela Lubiano imagined a new design of the Argentinian beauty, the Pesos. The was inspired by the diversity of the fauna and flora.
The art project titled Coffee on Canvas came to life thanks to Jon Norquist ‘s imagination. As his defective coffee pot left tracks on its way, the artist had the idea to paint on canvas with the round brown forms that were left.
From the New World, 13′ x 26′ (400cm x 800cm), Epson Ultragiclee print on Epson fine art paper In his largest artwork to date, Chinese artist Yang Yongliang (previously here and here ) just unveiled From the New World , a sprawling digital collage depicting an overpopulated, futuristic landscape completely overrun with construction, debris, and high-rise skyscrapers.
Edie Nadelhaft is a painter and sculptor based in New York, NY. She received an BFA in 1995 from Massachusetts College of Art, Boston. In her two series “Flesh & Biters”, Edie uses her own hands and mouth as the subjects for her paintings.
The photographer Daniel Bretzmann has a vision of the photography settled in time. For him, a pictured is a representation of a place that belongs to the past.
Artist Julie Heffernan 's paintings are technically complicated, layers of detail filling her often 5-foot-tall canvases. Although enchanting, her environments reference disaster and distress, situations that peek into how we might reposition ourselves in nature after massive traumas such as Hurricane Katrina and the BP oil spill.
Good Badlands: Dry Terrain of the American West Captured in a Brief Moment of Color by Guy Tal (7 pics)
The Badlands are a type of parched, sunbaked terrain characterized by jagged rock, cracked earth and, of course, minimal vegetation. It’s a harsh environment of lifeless wasteland but there is also good news to be found in the badlands.
Disaster for both Antarctica’s landscape and the world
Drawing inspiration from early theatrical training, and influenced by methods of staged photography and set design, artist Barry Underwood ( previously ) transforms ordinary landscapes into something out of science fiction.
Iceland, with its extreme landscapes, jagged lava fields and Northern Lights, is arguably one of the most photogenic countries in the world. So it’s no surprise that over half a million tourists flock there every year to shoot the landscape.
The Cut-away Roof House is an addition to a semi-detached interwar house on Sydney’s lower north shore. Sited in an undulating suburban landscape of tile and tin roofs, the project is a contemporary timber clad 2 storey addition.